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Thinking about selling the TC. Just curious on how much for the vehicle with 7400 miles. Vehicle is meticulously maintained. I've looked at the autotrader in san diego and there are 3 used cars going for $20g. Ive tried the kelly blue book, but the tc Is not listed. (I dont think those 3 vehicle used are moving at all at that price)

Is it realistic to ask for 15,500 or 16,000?
--Vehicle has the warrenty up to 100k
--Never in an accident

Any inputs appreciated or PM

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You can easily move it for $16K, or even more. I'd take it back to bone stock if you have mods on it and sell like that.
 

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Originally posted by xman@Jan 2 2005, 03:46 PM
Thinking about selling the TC. Just curious on how much for the vehicle with 7400 miles. Vehicle is meticulously maintained.
Meticulously Maintained? With 7400 miles, doesn't that mean you had one free oil change and the tires rotated once?

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Yeah, I'm also curious to see why you'd wanna sell it....I don't think you can get 16000 for it, considering the car is 16500 brand new. I'd shoot more for 15K. I also think it's a little silly to sell so early on, considering the most depreciation of a car takes place right after you buy it.
 

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thanks for the input folks,

Just thinking about selling the tC. The mrs and I have been talking and she might allow me a budget to get another car as long as I can sell the car for what is worth or someone take over payments. But its still in the talks...



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IMO, I just can't see anyone buying a used car with 7400 miles on it for only a $500 discount off the brand new price tag. You probably need to aim a little lower. But, if you're going to sell it, now is probably a good time to do it with all the waiting lists and what-not.
 

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Originally posted by Duckman@Jan 4 2005, 08:04 AM
IMO, I just can't see anyone buying a used car with 7400 miles on it for only a $500 discount off the brand new price tag. You probably need to aim a little lower. But, if you're going to sell it, now is probably a good time to do it with all the waiting lists and what-not.
Based on demand for these cars, there are some people that don't want to wait the 6-8 weeks and 8k miles is new enough. I might even ask for 18k with that warranty.
 
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